Eastern Courier : September 28th 2011
www.easterncourier.co.nz 14 EASTERN COURIER, SEPTEMBER 28, 2011 NEWS T WIN To enter please go to the back page of our online edition at www.easterncourier.co.nz - click on "latest edition" to view our online edition Three copies of "Stars Of The All Blacks" poster books signed by All Blacks Jimmy Cowan, Tom Donnelly and Adam Thomson And... Three copies of "Ali's Utterly Unreliable Guide To The 2011 World Cup" - signed by All Black Ali Williams. Plus... signed by the 2010 squad The lucky draw takes place on Monday 24th October so make sure your entries are in by then. The winner will be contacted by phone. Courtesy of Sir Peter Charles Leitch KNZM, QSM A Signed All Blacks Jersey International Qualifcations available www.collegeofcamille.co.nz Enrol now for October Pupils parade the world for games Viva Italia: Tyler Andrews, Aaron Liyu and Jennifer Phung, all 10, show support for Italy. Go to www.eastern courier.co.nz to see the students singing the national anthem followed by the parade. Celtic supporters: Children march for Wales. Photos: PIP BOURKE Flags at the ready: Students hold the flags ready to sing New Zealand's national anthem. Springboks: Eleven-year-old Christina Spandagos came out from South Africa a year ago. Bonjour: Milad Mohebbi, 9, Gavin Mackintosh, 10, and David Bautista, 10, say a big hello to the French rugby team. No country was left out at St Mark's Catholic Primary School this month. The school held a par- ade to celebrate the Rugby World Cup. It featured all 20 countries and children from years 1 to 6 paraded around the school courtyard. The parade was followed by rugby-related games and a talent quest. Principal Catherine Rivers says the children had been looking forward to the day for about five weeks. We couldn't have asked for better weather either.''
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